Archive: About Opus Dei

There are 660 results for "About Opus Dei"
Diocesan Phase of Toni Zweifel's  Beatification Cause Concludes

Diocesan Phase of Toni Zweifel's Beatification Cause Concludes

On July 2, the closing ceremony for the diocesan phase of the beatification cause for Toni Zweifel took place in Zurich, Switzerland. Toni, an engineer who died with a reputation for holiness in 1989, summed up his life in this way: “My life has been a love story.”

News
“My life has been a love story”

“My life has been a love story”

With the closing of the diocesan phase of the beatification process of Toni Zweifel, “Avvenire” has published an article by Francesco Ognibene about his life. Here is a translation of the article.

News

An African Challenge

Many diocesan priests from around the world who go to study in Rome, as did Fr. Imo, would reside in the Collegio Sacerdotale Altomonte during the course of their studies.

Testimonials
An African Challenge

An African Challenge

Many diocesan priests from around the world go to Rome to study at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. Kenyan priest Fr. Imo talks about his "Roman adventure" and his desire to learn how to better serve people back in Kenya.

Testimonials

A God of surprises

In a recent interview with Olga Marlin, author of To Africa with a Dream and Our lives in his Hands, she started off by saying that “God, is a God of Surprises!”. Below is an excerpt of that interview

People in Opus Dei

My Students, My Pride

A teacher of the Lagoon Institute of Hospitality Studies (LIHS), shares with joy the experiences of her students who, during the holidays, organized culinary sessions in their various communities. These sessions have turned to be impactful both to the students and their communities. LIHS is a hospitality and tourism school in Lagos targeted at equipping young women from low income homes with relevant skills that help them to be economically independent.

Guadalupe to the Rescue, in the Pacific Ocean

Guadalupe to the Rescue, in the Pacific Ocean

On 18 May 2019, the day of Guadalupe's beatification, Veronica was finally located by Chilean Navy rescue services after being adrift in the Pacific Ocean for eight hours. Her parents are convinced that it was through Guadalupe's intercession.

Favors

Heal the World

A group of university students visited children in the pediatric wards of the Teaching Hospital in Ituku-Ozalla shortly before the lock down.

In the Footsteps of Blessed Alvaro

In the Footsteps of Blessed Alvaro

Blessed Alvaro liked to “visit” Mary by praying the rosary while walking or traveling to a specific Marian shrine or even simpler places with her image. During the years he lived in Rome, he discovered many lesser-known sanctuaries of popular devotion around the city.